Oh, the jet-set life of the self-employed! I’ve been keeping busy and hustlin’ to pay off our recent house remodeling project. On the multimedia front, there’s been a bunch of animation work and even some audio/radio work, but I’m not posting any of that because I’m lazy. Instead, here are a few of the freelance print projects I’ve been working on for the last few months.
Two double-bill gig posters for Cow Island Music featuring two of my album cover designs, JP’s and one I did for The Starline Rhythm Boys a year or two ago.
Turn It Up! won the Valley Advocate reader’s poll again, so I made a full-page ad for ’em. Like them on Facebook because they’re so likeable.
Plus, an accompanying flyer for Record Store Day.
A poster for Greenfield Center School’s 30th Anniversary fundraiser (you can buy tickets on their site, which I recently spruced up a bit). Laying out all this text was fun. I added this to my poster portfolio.
The cover of National Priorities Project‘s new book, A People’s Guide To The Federal Budget. I did a whole bunch of black and white illustrations inside the book, too. Here’s a fun one of a piggy. Release date : May 12th. I added this to my design & layout portfolio.
Here’s the slightly very psychotic-looking cover for the 2011 collection of Optimist comics, which I hope to get back from the printer in time for the Maine Comics Arts Festival on May 20th. Spazzface taken from this strip.
More stuff coming down the pike.